RICHLAND, Wash. – Beef producers can learn about ways to survive and be profitable at conference scheduled May 19-20 at the Shiloh Inn.
Nationally known speakers along with Washington ranchers and Washington State University researchers will share their knowledge and experiences on the following topics:
- Profitable alternatives to the Conservation Reserve Program involving planned grazing
- A user friendly rangeland monitoring system
- Grass-fed beef production
- Feasibility of building a USDA-inspected mobile slaughter facility
- Planned ultra-high stock density grazing
- Pre- and post-harvest factors affecting the quality and consistency of grass-fed beef
- A systems approach to ranching
Ample time will be provided for audience interaction with speakers.
Visit www.capps.wsu.edu/grazing for information and to register for “How to Survive and Be Profitable in the Beef Business: Planned Grazing and Grass-fed Beef Production.” Registration will be limited to 175.
Cost is $205 per person. Additional members from the same family or business can register for $175.